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Hesham Rakha

Mobility researchers recognized by Transportation Research Board for application of deep learning for in-vehicle systems

Hesham Rakha and Osama Osman of VTTI’s Center for Sustainable Mobility have been recognized by the Transportation Research Board for their study of machine learning techniques that can detect distracted driving behaviors.

Tammy Trimble with her award. Photo credit: Transportation Research Board.

Researcher honored by the Transportation Research Board for her work on automation in state motor vehicle codes

Tammy Trimble, senior research associate, received the John C. Vance Paper Award for her team’s research on the regulatory landscape of advanced vehicles.

Alexandria Noble received the Best Student Paper Award from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society for her research on driver training for advanced vehicle technologies. Photo from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

Student’s research seeks to educate consumers on driver assistance technologies

Alexandria Noble received an award from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society for her research on driver training methods.

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